A Pizza Pilgrimage to Campania’s Holy Cities
Last summer, I visited Rome, Italy, for my first time. The city, surrounded by a great deal of history, is an awesome place. But I knew that it was only a matter of time before I visited its holy cities for the first time, or at least the first time since my childhood.
While Rome is famous for its monuments, its historical locations, and its incredible architecture, it really does have a lot to offer besides. That’s why I’d like to share a tale about Campania’s holy cities — the ones that have a lot to offer the traveler, but that don’t get the limelight that Rome has.
When we were visiting the towns of Campania, we made it a point to try at least one of them. Campania is really the hub of the southern region of Italy, and Italy is really the land of the eternal summer. We just happened to visit the holy cities during the summer.
Campania is the biggest region in Italy, spanning a long way from Naples to Rome, with a variety of landscapes. From the southern edge of its territory to the northern tip, there are beautiful valleys that are dotted with forests and lakes.
The people of Campania, however, are really different from the people of Rome or Naples. They are, among others, Sicilians, a group that is one of the most beautiful on the Italian peninsula.
Sicilians are known for their hospitality, and their hospitality is something I’d like to mention. They are known for their hospitality by many, and they are known to be very hospitable by the rest.
The Campania region is divided by the Tyrrhenian Sea in two sections: the Tyrrhenian Sea to the south and the Apennine Mountains to the north.
The central part is made of ancient towns and small villages, and these are where the majority of the population lives. There are only a few cities, most of which are